Today we witness a passionate debate between those who would claim that Christianity is true and those who would claim that it is not. Pete shows that deeper questions lead us toward an answer that renders the above debate obsolete and radically transforms our understanding of faith.
Christianity is widely thought of as providing a means of understanding the world and our place within it. In contrast, Peter makes the case for Christianity as a radical critique of all systems that would attempt to provide such explanations. He will be defending the counter-intuitive claim that an interpretation which makes sense of our existence is not a Christian interpretation. Arguing that revelation is not a language that describes the world, but rather a 'happening' that changes it.
Tonight on the program, guest host Judd Apatow leads a discussion about the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency with Maggie Haberman of The New York Times; GQ special correspondent, Keith Olbermann; and Republican strategist, Ed Rollins.
We conclude with a look at HBO's new series Crashing with Pete Holmes and Artie Lang.